Amaya the Indian Room

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1701 Bayview Avenue, Toronto, ON M4G 3C1 1701 Bayview Avenue, Toronto Directions
+14163223270
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Report | 7 months ago
Enjoyed our meal, service was great ... samosas were delicious.
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Report | 8 months ago
Order the chef's tasting menu!
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Report | 8 months ago
Very nice deco, great food and service! Will definitely come back and try some other dishes.
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Great service and great food
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Love the food and the service is excellent. I would highly recommend Amaya the Indian Room. I have been there several times and I have not been disappointed.
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Report | 8 months ago
If you are up for it the Tasters choice is the one to go for. You are introduced to most of the menu. Delicious finds. Lots of food. Very tasty . They were able to accommodate my friend who was allergic to seafood and nuts with delicious alternatives
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The food is delicious and the décor is very pretty. I would definitely go back.
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Report | 8 months ago
great service, best Indian cuisin that I ever had~
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great indian food and attentive service
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Very Very good food and service.
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From Our Editors

Although its dishes hail from India, Amaya the Indian Room's food reflects its North American setting. Crafted from fresh local produce, the dishes are delicately spiced to accommodate a Western palate, rather than eye-wateringly hot. According to the eatery’s profile in the Globe and Mail, the restaurant's founders likewise opted for Western decor, outfitting their dining room with wood panelling and photographs, rather than the temple-inspired decor that they viewed as stereotypical.

The upscale food, however, hews to the subcontinent’s culinary traditions. Diners can feast on lentils cooked for 12 hours in buttery tomato sauce, short ribs braised in kashmiri chili, and prawns bathed in coconut-milk curry. The wine-marinated lamb lollipops, meanwhile, are easier to eat than the original Indian lollipop, a tandoori oven on a stick. For an alternative to these à la carte items, the tasting menu lets patrons sample small portions of multiple dishes. The expansive wine list, meanwhile, pairs seamlessly with meals and offers a subversive touch—Indian food is typically served with beer.

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